Don't get it...
Legalise what's already legal??
Oulu city has it's own open WiFi network, free, open and unencrypted for anyone in the city*. Even some buses have a Cisco repeater, so you can surf on the bus. The green sign on the brochure (see first link) is ubiquitous around the city, as are the base-stations..
Mine is unprotected by MY CHOICE, as is the pub's - again by the owner's choice. I did offer to secure it, but no - he wants anyone to be able to use it, and it's 24Mb, so it's usually where I write this drivel from).
I don't mind or care who uses mine. It costs me nothing as I'm usually at school, or out. For the pub, because it's just out of range of PanOulu.
My 'community attitude' I guess. We don't need to worry about turds like ACS:law and other 'ambulance-chasers'.
*http://www.panoulu.net/ (It's in English)
And for the techies: http://www.65degreesnorth.com/content/view/1349/73/
(The bit on the pop-up in the original article says "Connection unsuccessful. Check settings and try again)